A sequel to Pompeiana, by W. Gell and J. P. Gandy, London, 1817-19. Appeared originally in 12 parts; plates dated 1830-31
Includes frontispiece portrait of William Gell, engraved by Fenner Sears & Co. after Thomas Uwins. The plates are engraved after William Gell, mainly by Henry Moses, also by R. F. Cahusac, J. Henshall, James Tingle, Daniel Havell, J. C. Varrall, W. Kelsall, James Baylis Allen, Benjamin Winkles, Starling, W. Schmollinger, Frederick James Havell, Kernott, Higham, George Gladwin, and F. Faithorn
Library's c. 2 is a large-paper printing, at 29 cm.; bound in modern boards with original spine laid down; all edges gilt; armorial bookplate of R. Trappes on front pastedowns; armorial bookplate of Helen Trappes-Lomax on front free endpaper of vol. 2; label of Research in Campanian Archaeology on front free endpapers of both volumes; annotated in pencil throughout
Library's c. 3 is bound in old boards; green goatskin spine and corners; gilt title on spine
Library's c. 4 bound in old maroon pebble-grained leather; gilt design on front and rear boards; stamped in blind; inside dentelles; all edges gilt; 43 plates and 8 vignettes colored by hand
Library's c. 5 is a large-paper printing, at 29 cm.; bound in old red morocco boards; gilt spine and inside edges; gilt green leather labels; all edges gilt
Narrow margins around illustrations. Gutter included to avoid cropping text. Some text impossible to capture. Sporadic foxing.